Republicans are making hay out of Obama's pending "massive tax increase" and Democrats are running scared from the party's health care agenda, but North Carolina Democratic Senate candidate Elaine Marshall is sticking by the president's reasoning on letting the Bush tax cuts expire on earnings over $250,000 in a given tax year.


She thinks the rich can pay their fair share," her spokesman Sam Swartz told TPMDC.

"Elaine's for keeping tax cuts for middle class," Swartz added. "She thinks that millionaires, investment bankers and hedge fund managers should pay their fair share."

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